Lillington, Warwickshire

Lillington, Warwickshire

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Lillington is an area of the town of Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, England. Lillington was formerly a village which existed before the time of the Domesday Book (1086), until it was subsumed into Leamington Spa, the parish being incorporated into that borough in 1890.


Lillington itself has two main areas - the new centre based around Crown Way which contains shops, dry cleaners and a post office. The area was predominantly built as a council house estate, and contains three tower blocks. The tallest of these, Eden Court, dominates the skyline and can be seen from south Leamington Spa, Radford Semele and for miles outside Leamington.

The second, and older area, contains the former village with the parish church of St. Mary Magdalene, the manor house, some Victorian terraced houses as well as estates of predominantly semi-detached houses built since 1935.

Campion Hills

A high point in Leamington is the Campion Hills near the Newbold Comyn recreation grounds, offering a view over Leamington. Atop is the town's transmission tower which is used to transmit TV and radio signals and the Severn Trent water treatment plant which serves the whole of Leamington. There is also a BMX track there.

Bins Brook

The Bins Brook is a mainly culverted watercourse that runs south into Leamington. Just inside Lillington, on the Leamington town centre side, is a hollowed-out field. This area is designed to receive the water of the Bins Brook if it should overflow and prevent...
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